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Please make this so I can stop talking about it. Why buy when you can make a kick-ass version at home? Top this kimchi with some pork belly and rice. Written by Rebecca Firkser on August 18, How Does One Taste Love?
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In a Tiramisu Love that has been 45 years in the making. This sophisticated book would make a great gift for any cooking enthusiast, or anyone who's ever gotten home from the farmer's market and wondered WTF to do with the lesser-known vegetables they just bought on impulse. Chef Preeti Mistry's style is a fusion of traditional Indian and modern California cooking.
While this isn't an all-out "healthy" cookbook, the way Mistry recreates classic Indian flavor profiles in seasonally driven, produce-forward recipes is inspiring, and could be just what you need to get excited about cooking at home. Lindsay Maitland Hunt, who has worked as an editor at Real Simple and BuzzFeed Food , knows exactly what people want: Recipes that are healthy but plenty delicious , doable but not boring , and photogenic but not fussy. Everything in the book delivers on all three, and Hunt writes in a way that feels like a cooler older sister giving useful, down-to-earth advice.
As someone whose very first task as a restaurant cook in was to cut snake beans—long, thin green beans that I'd never seen before—for a ground duck laab salad, I was initially drawn to this book by its cover, which showcases those very same beans. The recipes inside are just as compelling, and prove that weeknight recipes don't need to be rote and repetitive. New York chef Brooks Headley's popular vegetarian restaurant, Superiority Burger, is a destination restaurant for vegetarians, vegans, and carnivores alike.
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In addition to delicious recipes, there are tips for how to transition to plant-based foods, either full- or part-time. Chef Chloe Coscarelli is famous for making satisfying vegan versions of comfort food favorites like burgers, pizza, and Twinkies. In her latest cookbook, she gets even more creative with meat-free flavor. This is a must-have for vegans and vegetarians, but also a great resource for anyone who wants to be a little more adventurous in the kitchen.
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Chef Anissa Helou's Feast isn't here to capitalize on wellness trends or our current fascination with nutrition. Actually, it's a deep dive into the classic Arab, Persian, Mughal, and North African dishes that have shaped the author's own experience with food—most of which happen to be super nutritious. It's not an entry-level cookbook, but anyone who loved Yotam Ottolenghi's Jerusalem or Naomi Duguid's Taste of Persia will absolutely love this.
The way Claiborne uses traditional spices, seasonings, and cooking methods to make plant-based versions of her favorite soul food classics is smart and fun, and the recipes in the book are truly delicious. There's no shortage of meal prep advice on the internet we think ours is pretty great! Registered dietitian Toby Amidor is super knowledgeable, and talks meal prep beginners through every step of the process.
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